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Today I went to the dr thought I had a kidney infection she catheriazed me and said I had blood in it but also when she looked she said I really have a bad case of lichen. I didn't know it could get all in the insides. I got those little white spots ever where now just lucky t Jr ey dontbitch at all.. So do you have any suggestions for this crap.

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    Oh geeze Brenda.  Shoot!!  I think I have the same problem.  What did she suggest? She must have said something.
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      She just told me to keep clean and soak in warm baking soda water and use my clog 2 times a day . And that were going to test my urine. Guess if you have it it never goes away. Plus I was told to drink water most of the day.
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      yes it affects my bladder too Brenda. I have one cup of tea in the morning and then glasses and glasses of water for rest of the day, night to dilute urine and stop constant UTI's

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    Brenda, So sorry you are going through this... I can empathise as I had numerous (every other month for about a year) UTI’s and I just know there has to be a correlation/association with LS, although they were treated by Dr as “separate” issues. My advice is to sip on ice water all day, keeping away from sodas and caffeine. Don’t ignore bladder (pee when you have the first urge), wash area with mild and sulfate/perfume free soap after urinating, and pat dry! I also added biotins and vitamin C to my Keto diet! My last UTI was in Jan so this has worked for me the last 9 months (fingers crossed)! Oh yea, and make sure your partner is CLEAN and washed before intimacy (any drop of impurities can generate bacteria) and sleep without undies!! Being honest and sharing what has worked for me. 
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